Millions of people in North America will have the chance to view a solar eclipse as it moves across the continent on Aug. 21.
While several states in the U.S. will see a rare total eclipse, meaning the moon will completely cover the sun. The path of totality will stretch from Salem, Ore. to Chaleston, S.C. The total eclipse will last from 10:16 a.m. PT to 2:48 p.m. ET.
Canadians will see a partial eclipse, with the western coast seeing the most dramatic coverage of the sun.
People across the continent are gearing up to catch a glimpse of the event, which according to NASA will begin just past 9 a.m. PT.